A spacious Bilgolga beach house which sits overlooking the ocean has been put on the market for $945,000.
Property Developer, Meriton, have proposed their plans for the second part of their Dee Why development which are said to “significantly enhance” the area.
The proposal can be viewed on the council’s website and open to public submissions in February. Continue reading “Dee Why Town Centre Development”
Over the last three years, the median sale price for an apartment in Manly rose 44.3% based on 358 sales in this period.
Northern Beaches suburb, Curl Curl, known for its big blocks and beach lifestyle has joined the area’s $2 million plus club. CoreLogic RP Data released new property figures to show that the median house sale price has tipped over to $2.06 million.
The Northern Beaches was home to the highest clearance rates in Sydney and brought in five of the highest property prices in Australia.
Palm Beach isn’t the traditional stamping ground of Chinese buyers, though LJ Hooker Palm Beach principal David Edwards believes they might make an exception for the estate of the Australian opera legend Dame Joan Sutherland at 24 Rayner Road.
Another Forestville family home sold to an eastern suburbs family at auction over the weekend, as out-of-area buyers continue to see value in the suburb.
Manly residents are all sitting up to watch how much the 100-year-old, derelict cottage located in Bonner Avenue will go for on auction day.
Graham Bennett of Ray White Freshwater said, “Normally 70 per cent of our buyers come from within a 5km radius,” he said. “But out-of-area buyers are seeing value in our suburbs and it has all changed.”
CoreLogic RP Data released that Palm Beach’s median sale price has fallen below $2 million at a fall over 24.4% over the last 12 months.
This is the first time in 10 years that the median price has dropped so low and sees Palm Beach ranked at 6th place on the Northern Beaches most expensive list. Continue reading “Palm Beach Drops To 6th Spot On Northern Beaches Most Expensive List”